Luke George and Ross Killock are back in full training and available for Chester FC's clash with Wrexham.
Manager Jon McCarthy has been cool on his selection for the cross-border derby on Saturday (12.15pm).
Club captain George has missed the last three games and might be needed against Chester's bitter rivals.
Killock has not featured for the Blues in the National League this season due to a calf injury after signing from Leeds United in the summer.
McCarthy revealed both the 22-year-old defender and his skipper are available selection at Wrexham.
Goalkeeper Jon Worsnop has also shrugged off the illness which kept him out of the 1-0 victory over Braintree last weekend.
But the manager wants a match-ready side on the pitch for what is a massive game for the club.
McCarthy said: "We genuinely have a fully fit squad this week.
"Ross Killock and Luke George came through a training session with us this week and then they did an extra half an hour on their own.
"I'm expecting them to be fit so I should have everybody training, which is not a complete surprise before a Wrexham game on the TV.
"What I need to work out is ones are properly match fit, as people will put themselves forward when they might not be ready."
The Chester boss added there was still time for players to impress in training ahead of the fixture.
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